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yeshwanth reddy
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Hi all,
Are the remote exceptions handled by the service locator or the business deligate? I think the difference between the services offered by the business deligate and service locator is very vague.

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yashwanth
 
Cm Ananth
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Can u tell something more about the problem ?.. im not getting ur question properly..
 
yeshwanth reddy
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HI,

should the remote exceptions be handled in business deligate or service locator?


Regards,
yashwanth
 
Cm Ananth
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Ok.. I think it is Business Delegate only, the purpose of Business Delegate is hiding some tedious RMI related "things" to the web tier.. the delegate will also catch the remote exceptions.. no doubt..

correct me if something is wrong..
 
Narendra Dhande
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Hi,

I think Service locator is helper to the bussiness delegate, so it can handle remote exceptions if you want. If you want to use only bussiness delegate without service locator, the bussiness delegate should handle the remote exceptions. This my understanding.

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satheesh thangavel
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I agree to Narendra. if service locator is not used. Then Business delegate would be the option
 
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